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Khanya Kemami’s Transition Journey

Khanya Kemami’s transition journey

“I wish I had thought about it more all sooner and saved myself the pain of going through so much self-hate, dysphoria and fear in my teenage life.” Freelance Illustrator, DJ,…

The Ugly Truth Behind Body Positivity

The ugly truth behind body positivity

Though I grew up overweight, I chose to not be defined by it, and though I was coming to terms with my own body, stretch marks and all, I didn’t…

“I’m All About Linking People To Care.”

“I’m all about linking people to care.”

We The Brave chatted with Lesego Teddy Mohlala the Call4Care Client Communications Liaison Manager about his passion for connecting people with the healthcare and sexual health resources that they need.…

My Thoughts On PrEP

My thoughts on PrEP

It’s been over 19 months since I started taking PrEP called Tenemine that I got from Health4Men in Greenpoint, Cape Town.  I made the decision after I had an “accident”…

THE STI HITLIST

THE STI HITLIST

Look, sexually transmitted infections (STIs) happen. But that doesn’t mean we need to allow them to make us feel ashamed, afraid or overwhelmed!  With a decent prevention strategy, MOST STIs…

NO SHAME IN THE GAYME

NO SHAME IN THE GAYME

Hunnay, if you are single-handedly putting the ‘HOE’ back into ‘HOE-MO-SEXUAL’, you will not be getting a Judge Judy impersonation from me! Uh Uh!  Nuh Uh!  Nancy Drew the line!…

YOU’RE NOT ALONE

SEX IS MEANT TO BE FUN, NOT SCARY. WE’RE HERE TO IMPROVE YOUR SEXUAL LIFE, HEALTH AND ENSURE YOU ARE SAFE AND RESPONSIBLE ALONG THE WAY.

free rapid hiv test

The what's, how's and when's of getting tested

We recommend that all men who fuck men get tested for HIV and other STIs at least once every six months (and more frequently if you find yourself in a riskier position).

If there is even the slightest chance you may have been exposed to HIV (the condom broke or you didn’t manage to use one) we recommend you get your arse to a healthcare provider within 72 hours from exposure and ask for an emergency PEP kit.

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A Deadly Secret Affair

A Deadly Secret Affair

Obesity and HIV are a dangerous combination not many know about. Many people believe that HIV-positive people are very thin or underweight.  But this is not the case and is…

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The Name Of The Sh(G)ame

The name of the Sh(G)ame

Let’s address the rather large red elephant in the room, shall we? Undetectable viral loads in a person on successful treatment of ARV’s and using PrEP in relation to shame,…

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